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Robbery suspect nabbed

A male suspect who committed a robbery at the Bank of Nova Scotia in New Westminster July 19 at around 3 p.m. was scheduled to appear in New Westminster courts July 20.

Bank staff alerted an off-duty transit police officer, who called 911, followed the suspect, and described the suspect to New Westminster police, who made the arrest without incident and recovered the cash.

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